11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Supergamerguy, July 23, 2020, 08:32:02 AM
Quote from: Brutapode89 on April 27, 2023, 06:38:45 PMI think I've an idea. Maybe we could make other SNES cover arts but in the Super Famicom style. Your opinions, please?
Quote from: Heaven Piercing Man on April 28, 2023, 01:46:59 AMI leave some in for "multicultural flair", namely the bilingual logos. I try to change the rest by abusing the clone tool in Krita. I used to work in Paint.NET but the cloning looks better in Krita, and there are blur tools to hide when the cloning looks too obvious. Sadly, Krita sucks at typesetting so most replacement text looks like garbage, the kerning is all over the place; to have best results I type the new text in Inkscape and insert the resulting SVG into Krita, or leave the text insertion for last and do it on Gimp/Photoshop/Paint.NET/whatever. Word of warning, never use a default Windows font. You want it to look like it came out of a professional printing service, not some random bozo like me's free software equipped low-end laptop.If you want to modify anything I have done, just do it. I don't care. We're a bunch of crowdsourcing collectors after all!
Quote from: Brutapode89 on March 24, 2022, 06:50:35 PMHi guys. I would like show some restored & customized video games covers. Some covers are restored & customized by myself and others by someone else.
Quote from: Heaven Piercing Man on April 27, 2023, 02:13:21 PMHonestly I'm not a fan of the cookie cutter, generic as hell American-style boxart for retro games, but I think I like more how the American Kirby 2 DX came out.
Quote from: PowerPanda on July 18, 2023, 05:52:49 PMFor the Famicom 40th Anniversary (July 15th), I wanted to celebrate by playing a well-reviewed Famicom-exclusive that I had never played before, and settled on The Mysterious Murasame Castle. People have created NES Silver Box art for it, just like with Metroid and Kid Icarus. However, I wondered what it would look like with an NES Classics box art redesign, like Metroid got. I started searching for images to put on the cover, and I came across Bandai's board game adaptation......and said "Oh. Oh my. That is exactly the kind of late-80s shlock fantasy art that they would have put on an NES cover. I have to make this." So, lo-and-behold, here is an NES Classics rendition of The Mysteriouis Murasame Castle.
Quote from: Tater Bear on July 21, 2023, 01:32:43 PMI think both of yours feel legitimately like something that would have been released in the US, although I like the second one you did the most.
Quote from: PowerPanda on July 18, 2023, 05:52:49 PMEDIT 7/21 Given the popularity of this file over on DeviantArt, I spent a bit more time cleaning up the image.
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